Military operation in Kech, 5 persons forcibly disappeared

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Five people have gone missing after being detained allegedly by Pakistani forces in Balochistan’s Kech district.

According to reports, a military operation has been underway for the last three days in Zamuran Dashtuk area of Kech, where five persons have gone missing after being detained by the Pakistani forces.

The missing persons have been identified as Riaz son of Fateh Mohammad, Nisar s/o Fateh Mohammad, Madi s/o Kohda Sohrab and Basham while the fifth person has not been identified yet.

TBP could only receive the photos of two abductees

Till the latest reports, a large number of forces are present in the area and military operation still continues.

SourceTBP

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